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How Ruth Gruber Helped 1000 European Refugees Find Asylum in America

In Haven, the award-winning journalist recounts her incredible—and controversial—involvement in the rescue of thousands of Jews.

By Early Bird Books Staff

God Save the Queen: 8 Royal Reads for Her Majesty’s Birthday

Whether you're a royalist or not, you can still enjoy these royal reads.

By Jessica Ferri

10 Top-Notch Works of Journalism

Get your knowledge on with these groundbreaking works of journalism.

By Greta Shull

7 Tragic Memoirs That Deserve Your Tears

Because everyone needs a good cry.

By DeAnna Janes

6 Super Scandalous Celebrity Biographies

Tuck in for a long winter's night with these juicy, super scandalous celebrity biographies.

By Jessica Ferri

Women of 2015 by the Books

Bookmark these 10 memoirs, inspired reads, and biographies from the women owned 2015.

By DeAnna Janes

In Defense: Elizabeth Gilbert

Gilbert haters cite Eat, Pray, Love as proof of her failings, and in the process neglect her fantastic, near-perfect novel.

By Alison Currie

Holidays Abroad: Kate Christensen’s Thanksgiving in Tuscany

Writer Kate Christensen shares a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the Florentine hills—and her recipe for persimmon pudding.

By Kate Christensen

Life Lessons from a Warhol Superstar

Author and filmmaker Catherine O’Sullivan Shorr first met singer and Warhol star Nico one brief summer day, when she was making the biggest decision of her life.

By Catherine O’Sullivan Shorr

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